Ebenezer Concepción, Romance Languages & Literatures, "Embodiment and Identity in the Literatures of the Hispanic Caribbean (20thand 21st centuries)"
Heather Mangelsdorf, Psychology, "Body and Mind: How our bodies reveal and change emotion and thought"
Alicia Riley, Sociology, "Health in a Changing America"
Gabriel Velez, Comparative Human Development, "Memory, Reconciliation, and Healing: Transnational Justice as Human Rights"
Nicole James, Chemistry, “General Chemistry I”
Mary Robertson, Anthropology, "Race and the Politics of Advertising in South Africa and Beyond"
James Marrone, Economics, "Time Series Econometrics"
Andrea “Dréa” Jenkins, Anthropology, “Urban Indians: Native Americans and the City”
Dawn Chow, Philosophy, “First Year Seminar II: Skepticism”
Adhira Mangalagiri, Comparative Literature, "Comparative Modernisms: China and India in the Modern Literary World"
Jin Xu, Art History, "The Arts of China"
Stephen Parkin, Comparative Literature, "Private Lives, Public Intellectuals: The Philosophical Essay"
Sarah Weicksel, History, "Historical Methodology"
Andrew DeCort, Divinity School, "Authority, Action, Ethics: Ethiopia"
Dave Pacifico, Anthropology, "Self, Culture, and Society"
John Eric Humphries, Economics, "Computational Methods in Economics"
Aiala Levy, History, "The Business of Entertainment"
Nicholas Koziolek, Philosophy, "Knowledge and the Concept of Mind"
Brandon Cline, New Testament and Early Christian Literature, "Being Christian in the Roman Empire"
Dan Kimmel, Sociology, "Social Science Inquiry"
Anthony Mahler, Germanic Studies, "The Imagery/Figurality of German Poetry"
James McCormick, Social Thought & Germanic Studies, "Classics of Social and Political Thought"
Santiago Mejia, Philosophy, "Who Am I? Reflections on Identity, Agency, and Unconscious Activity"